‘A Family Affair’ Takes Top Film Spot On Netflix Charts As ‘Supacell’ Lands Solid Debut

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A Family Affair, a romcom starring Nicole Kidman, Joey King and Zac Efron, was the most-watched movie of the week on Netflix, beating debuts such as Jessica Alba’s Trigger Warning and Glen Powell’s Hit Man.

The film, which was directed by Richard Lagravenese, scored 26.8M views since its launch on June 28.

This put it above Trigger Warning’s debut of 25.7M views and Hit Man’s 10.8M views but it couldn’t match Jennifer Lopez’s Atlas, which opened with 28.2M views.

Trigger Warning grew, however, coming in second place with 26.3M views in its second week.

The big news in Netflix’s charts this week was Bridgerton, which saw its third season enter the streamer’s most popular TV list at number ten with 91.9M views to date.

In television, British sci-fi drama series Supacell made a solid debut with 6.4M views. The show, which follows a group of South Londoners who develop superpowers, comes from creator Rapman.

Elsewhere in TV, season two of Blumhouse’s Worst Roommate Ever came in third with 5.7M views and America’s Sweethearts: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders moved up from eighth place last week to fourth with another 3.7M views on top of last week’s 2.3M.

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